Sarcosuchus images

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sarcosuchus Photo by Mike Hettwer

Paleontologist Paul Sereno, a National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence, and the skull of Sarcosuchus imperator, nicknamed SuperCroc. The behemoth's skull extends nearly 6 feet in length and ends in a "toilet bowl" of a snout. It was found in the Tenere Desert of Niger, part of the Sahara. (300 dpi jpeg)

Contact: Steve Koppes, s-koppes@uchicago.edu